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A parliamentary committee has concluded that the UK’s underfunded law enforcement agencies have failed to effectively utilise unexplained wealth orders.
30 June 2022
The Swiss lender plans to appeal against its conviction for anti-money laundering failures that allowed a Bulgarian gang to run its illicit proceeds through the bank.
27 June 2022
South Africa’s long-running anti-corruption inquiry has asked the country’s financial intelligence unit to investigate whether lenders have complied with anti-money laundering rules.
24 June 2022
The head of Australia’s anti-money laundering agency has seen widespread compliance improvements after bringing tough enforcement actions against some of the country’s biggest lenders.
23 June 2022
A former legal adviser to Venezuela’s Ministry of Oil and Mining was sentenced to serve 52 months in prison and pay $84 million for his role in a $1.2 billion bribery and money laundering scheme involving Venezuela’s state oil company, Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA).
16 June 2022
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